The FX798T Micro FPV Camera & 5.8GHz 37CH 25mW VTX is extremely small and could be installed on almost anything. The unit is ultra-lightweight, so it is easy to place on any aircraft without affecting the COG. Most multi-rotors wouldn’t even notice it was there. This Camera / VTX combo is a popular choice for adding FPV to the Blade Inductrix micro quadcopter.
It’s easy to install and operate with one push button to change channels and bands. Just plug into a little 1S Lipoly battery or onto your 5V rail and you are ready to go.
It has excellent video and low latency for such a small package. The combo also includes a splitter and a circular polarized 5.8G tuned antenna for the best video signal.
- Micro sized and lightweight (4.5g)
- 37CH VTX
- Easy install, plug and play
- Push button control instead of switch to change channels
- Powered by 1S 3.5V LiPoly battery
- Transmitter power: 25mW
- Input power: 2.5~5V
- Camera resolution: 600TVL
- Min illumination: 1 lux
- Field of view: 140deg viewing angle
- Antenna dimensions: 20 x 25mm diameter
- Antenna: 3 lobe right hand circular polarized
- Video output: NTSC
- Frequency: 5.8GHz 5 bands 37 channels
- Raceband: 5658-5917
- Size: 21x19x17mm (excluding antenna)
- Weight: 4.5g
- Push Button: Long press for band, Short press for channel
- 2 row LED indicators; 5 for band, 8 for channel
Best whoop camera review by d on 12/30/2016
The field of view on this can makes flying tiny whoop a breeze. The channel selection makes it a no brainer. The camera that shipped with my fat shark goggles only has 7 channels. It is currently collecting dust
Almost perfect for a Tiny Whoop review by Ethan on 11/22/2016
I bought this camera for the Blade Inductrix, and have not regretted it. If you haven't had the pleasure of racing a Whoop around, do it.
When I bought this camera, the pcb board extended all the way to the antenna, so the antenna was rigid and more prone to bending, but this updated one has a flexible antenna mount, which is a perfect upgrade.
The only problems I have with this would be the stamped metal antenna and the very wide angle lens. Making the antenna out of hard copper wire along with the flexible antenna cable would make this thing indestructible. The viewing angle could also be smaller, but that isn't a big issue.
Overall this is a great product, and has a quite low price for what you're getting.
Whoop-tastic! review by BigDaddyBoyce on 8/8/2016
This is a great combo for micro FPV projects. One of the lightest options out there once you remove the plastic case.
Great camera with good low light visibality. review by Steve on 7/6/2016
I built a Tiny Whoop and put my camera from my Blade Nano QX FPV. That camera sucks with low light. I had turn every light in the house on and if I got into a corner I couldn't see.
I received this camera, clipped the lead wire, soldered it in. Was flying in minutes!
This camera is Great with low light! I didn't turn on any lights in the house, just the little bit of sunlight from dusk coming through the windows. I could see like it was noon outside!!!
Fantastic improvement over the QX camera.
One thing to note is that this camera has a wider field of view than the QX had. It's 120 degree instead of the 110 that the QX had. There is some fish eye, but it's minor and after a few minutes I didn't even notice it anymore. Plus I had better side to side view of what was around me.
This camera is small and a bit fragile but all of these types of cameras are. You smash it into a brick wall at 30 mph you will probably be replacing it.
This is a great camera, and it's cheaper than the others I have seen on the market. Still wish they were a bit cheaper as I hate spending so much on something so small... But these guys still have a great price compared to the competition.
I don't think you can go wrong with this camera.
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